Leopards : Electric shock is a danger that animals in the wild sometimes face. Poor animals, like birds, fish, turtles, and others, are often shocked by electricity and experience tragic moments in their lives.
One common case of electric shock is when animals are in the path of an electrical wire or network. When they come into contact with an electrical network, electric shocks run through their bodies, causing pain and even death.
Electric shock can also occur when animals try to swim through water with high voltage, such as near hydroelectric plants. In this case, fish, shrimp, and other creatures in the water can be electrocuted and drowned. The most tragic moments are when we witness the poor animals being electrocuted and unable to do anything to help them.
We cannot turn off the power or take any other action to reduce the risk of electric shock to the animals. We can only feel despair and extreme pain when we witness the suffering of these animals.
These moments make us realize how important it is to protect and preserve the habitats of animals. We need policies to safeguard and manage the natural environment to reduce the risk of electric shock and other dangers to animals. We also need to make more efforts to increase education and raise awareness about environmental protection for the community.
We need to respect the habitats of animals, shield them from dangers, and promote biodiversity to ensure the survival of animals.